The Little Rock-based theatre’s 2015–16 season will include classic and contemporary musicals, plus a world premiere directed by Jason Alexander.
The Chicago company’s 40th season features a world premiere by Tracy Letts and a new adaptation of John Steinbeck’s ‘East of Eden.’
Juliette Binoche as Antigone, a Brazilian ‘Oliver Twist’ by Karen Zacarias and a women’s voices festival anchor the Kennedy Center’s theatrical season.
A political satire by George Brant and a drama by Andrew Case about police brutality highlight a season that also includes Williams, Shakespeare and McDonagh.
The Pennsylvania theatre includes dramas by Laura Schellhardt and Zak Berkman, a new Musketeers musical, a Jane Austen adaptation and more.
The New Jersey musical-theater company plans premieres of ‘A Bronx Tale’ and ‘Bandstand’ and revivals of ‘Pump Boys’ and ‘West Side Story.’
Conor McPherson’s ‘The Night Alive,’ Dominique Morisseau’s ‘Sunset Baby’ and Laura Eason’s ‘Sex With Strangers’ will kick off the new season.
In kicking off the Bard’s ‘Henry VI’ trilogy and closing with a Caesarian double bill, the troupe puts its ensemble talent front and center.
The small Chicago theatre, newly affiliated with Actors Equity, plans an ambitious slate of new plays by Madhuri Shekar, Charise Castro Smith and Callie Kimball.
Classics by Inge and O’Neill share the stage with new plays by John Patrick Shanley, Alan Bennett and Terry Teachout.